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    The national approach: Passing the Federal Court Act is a key to legislating other laws

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    The national approach: Passing the Federal Court Act is a key to legislating other laws Empty The national approach: Passing the Federal Court Act is a key to legislating other laws

    Post by Rocky Sat 05 Sep 2020, 11:01 am


    The national approach: Passing the Federal Court Act is a key to legislating other laws

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    The National Approach bloc considered passing the Federal Court Law an entry point to pass the rest of the laws, stressing that there are no elections without the Federal Court Law.
    A member of the National Approach Bloc Muhannad Al-Attabi told / Al-Maalouma / that "disrupting the House of Representatives throughout the last period has no justification, but rather because of political differences."
    He added that "ending the first reading of the Federal Court law will be the key to passing the law, and then the rest of the laws related to the election law."
    Al-Atabi stressed that "there are no elections without the Federal Court law, since the election results are legally conditional on the approval of the Federal Court and a full quorum."
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